Actually I just noticed that all of the permissions on the tables that don't
have an edit button have an asterisk next to the permission type,
while on the tables with the edit button the permissions are exactly the
same, but there is no asterisk.
This is the clue I was looking for, though I don't know where to view/set
whatever it is this asterisk represents.
"sig available on request"
On Feb 19, 2008 5:03 PM, forest mars <compustretch(at)gmail(dot)com> wrote:
> I notice when browsing some of the tables in phppgadmin some of them have
> an "Actions" column that includes buttons for "Edit" and "Delete" while
> other tables do not have that as an additional column when viewing them in
> Does someone know the difference between these 2 instances and moreover
> how to get the "Edit" button to show up in tables where it is not currently
> AFAIK, I have set permissions to grant all for testing on this, so I don't
> think that is the issue.
> F. Mars
> Compustretch NY
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